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F. L. BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
F- X. BARKER. Wool — My usual auctions took place this week. Good even lines attracted attention, whilst Indifferent lots were dull of sale, and for these values were lower. Sheepskins in brisk demand, and values are inclir. ?? - harden. Best may bo quoted at from 4fd to ! ; medium growth, 3|d to 4Jd ; short 2 jd to 3Ad per lb. Hides. — A short supply rather strengthened Friday's market, but the tendency is downwards. Prime heavy are worth to 3*d ; ordinary, 2jd to 3d ; medium, 3fd to 3d; light, 3d to SJd ; aged Id to 2d per lb. Tallow. — A further decline took place on Friday, though the demand was active, , especially for bright shipping lines, and I will quote best beef, or mixed, to £18 5s ; fair quality £16 10s to £17 5s ; inferior, £12 to £15 10s per ton. Marsupial Skins. — Large numbers continue to arrive, but buyers are numerous, every skin being eagerly competed for. Kangaroo, extra large, brought on Tuesday up to 123s ; large, 60s to 80s ; medium, 36s to 56s ; small, 12s t...
MESSRS. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVES [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
MESSRS. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER iteport under date 7th June At the Homebush yards to-day . 816 cattle were yarded. The market was very dull, best beef making 15s to 16s per lOOlbs. 17,200 sheep yarded ; market unaltered ; 50-lb. wedders 9s, We sold 1137 wedders for Mr. J. B. Bettington at 9s , 4d to 9s 8d ; 346 stags, 9s 5d to 9s 7d.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
Judging from the brief outline contained in our telegraphic , message, the Ministerial statement made last night by the head of the Government must be regarded as a painfully humiliating admission of failure on the pari: of those who, at different times since the election, have promised to achieve so much. Taking that part of the speech which perhaps has most interest for this part of the country, viz., that fcreatimr of the Land BilL it will not cause as much surprise as disgust. For some lime past the sincerity of tbe Govern ment in .regard to this Bill has. been open to grave suspicion, and to a certain extent the public mind was prepared to hear that the measure had been dropped. But for all that, it is impossible to view the frequent reiterations of the Government, as to their determination to carry the Bill into law,: side by side 'with their recent action, without a keen feeling of contempt, equalled only by tliesurprise that the House and the country permit the Premier and h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
Grills and Wearer, STOCK $- S2ATIOJV AGENTS NORWICH CHAMBERS, OTNT1S& STREET, SYDNEY. A DVANCES made on Fat and Store Stock con .OL aLgned to us for sale. Bi-weekly sales of fat stock at Homebush, and report of market furnished regularly on appli STOCK & STATION AGENTS, WILLIAM STREET, -?*::: V. , ? . . ... i - v ? . '' Jasejli Leefls and Co,, feHEEP AND 0ATCL3 ^XLES-IEN, 9 i^a-Tik Chambers Jamieson-st , SYDNEY. ? of F-t Stock at HomeSush Yards, MOSI'AY & THUBSDAY. Sales of Fat Stunk at Corporation Yards — WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. STATIONS AT THE KXOHANGrE. i Loans K'vgoti'it'd. j Supplies I'uivhased »nd Forwarded. j Splendid Accommodation for Stock at Home- , bush, and all Hallway Stations. | 4.GEXCEES ALL OYER THE COLONIES. , - Hoiirke Agencj — Messrs. «T. Anderson & Co. RYAN A Si) HAMMOND, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND ^ FAT STOCK SALESMEN, , MELBOURNE AND BOURKE Ryan, Hammond and Oonkin, sypxev. '. .. . | PITT ; SON, BADGER Y, STOCK AND STATION AGENT...
M'KELLAR AND BURTON. BREWARRINA [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
M'KELLiE AUD BURTON. jBEEWABHINA . Report under date of 5th June. Sheep. Demand limited for nearly all descriptions, business is consequently slow. Those most inquired for are weaners mixed sexes and wethers of fattening ages, but even in these lines buyers are not dis posed to treat at vendors figures. This week we report the sale of 2000 young ewes on account Messes- 'W. and T. C. Dickson, Yarrawin, de livery off shears, which with the 4,500 previously ? 1 reported makes onaccount same vendors a total of , 6500. We have also sold in conjunction with. ? Messrs. Lyne and Co., Myngm, 8000 mixed woolly weaners on the Bogan. Cattle. Dull, no sales to report.
BRIDGE CROSSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
BRIDGE CROSSINGS. The following are the crossings at the Darling Bridge, North Jiourke, for the week ending 2nd June On the 27thMay, 303 cattle from Kiaghia to Sydney, W. W. Richardson owner, R. O. H. Lamph in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents ; . 29th, 366 from Dallah to Melbourne, Paterson and Roff owners, E. W. Clifford in charge ; 55 from Nulty to Sydney, a. S. Burcher owner, in charge, Wilkinson and Lavender agents ; 31st, 384 from Hammond Downs to Sydney, Readford and Ham mond owners, H. T. Hall in charge,. J. Anderson and Co. agents. Total cattle, 1108. 31st Ma.,, 79 . sheep from Victoria Bouida ; 2912 from Retreat to Sydney, Christian and Grice owners, Walter. Ross in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents ; 240 from ] . Kulty to Bourke, McMillan and Go. owners ; 2nd : June, 5000 from Cupolina to Tarrion, W. N. Willis owner, T. Bradford in charge. Total sheep, 8231. 160 horses from Tinenboro to Dubbo, Jas. Tyson owner, B. Keen in charge.
FROM PITT, SON. AND BADGERY Sydney, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
TBOll PITT, SON. AND Rtnr.vnv ? Ti'' . Sydney, June 7- ! io, you sneep penned to-day, market withoutanima non and closed dull,1 at Monday's rates. We sold 4100 including 1000 Vickery's wethers 8s M, few tops lis 2d, 1500 of J. Carr's 8s, John Badgery's crossbred ewes 9s 9d, F, R. Gordon's wethers 8s 4d, etc., etc. 812 cattle yarded market opened unaltered, but weakened towards finishing closing easier. We sold 400 including Withyeombe's Piercefield bullocks £5 5s and E. Vickery and Son's Mungyer bullocks £4 18s, etc. ... ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888
Tlie Albury Pastures awl Stock Protection Board recommend the acceptance of M. Pasteur's proposals for the cultivation of vaccine for the prevention of Cumberland disease. TTT ANTED Assistants for the DRESSMAKING, ff ' also Apprentices. BAK.K.Y. ; NOTICE i LL' stray 'stock found In tlie Moocu Ita paddocks ' J\_ after this date will be impounded without respect to ownership. E. J. BARTON. Manager. 1 : notTci T TENDERS are invited through post by the un dersigned for excavation of Ground Tank j - SOOO yards,4to 1 slope, 16 feet - deep, 1 open for a I fortnight. FRANCIS GOOD. . Bourke, 6th June, 1632. . ? - ? To Teamsters and Others. SECURE Paddock, plenty of grass aud water. ... Specially moderate rates for horse teams. Cash ?in advance. No responsibility. Apply to W. H MARTYN, at Selection, East : Bourke. ,,, TO LET. FOUR BXJOMED cottage in Hope street. Apply E.HESELER, Oxley Street, Bourke. ?po t,F,T HOMESTEAD LEASE fenced, plenty of grass and frontage to the Warrego River. For part...
CITY SEWERAGE WORKS. Sydney, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888
CITY SEWERAGE WORKS. Sydney, June 12. Alderman Dean lias made an application to the Supreme ?Court to stop the progress of the City Sewerage Wocks as the blasting operations were doiug uis property kerious injuries. Salomons appeared for the Go verument and the Judge ruled, that as the contract provided for compensation for any iujuriesdone, an injunction could not issue, and dismissed the case with costs.
MINING SHARE MARKET. Sydney, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888
MINING SHARE MARKET. Sydney, June 12. There was an improvement in the share market yesterday. Later. A large business was transacted in mining shares this morning, 100 Broken TTitl Block 14 shares selling at an advance oE 25s on yesterdays quotations, Broken Hill South jumped from 56s to 76s and many other stocks rose in similar, proportions, [Yester days quotation for Block 14 was 55s. Ed. W.B.]
RESIGNATION OF THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT. Sydney, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888
RESIGNATION OF THE QUEENS LAND GOVERNMENT. Sydney, June 12. The Queensland Government will tender its resignation before Parliament meets. Later. The Ministry tendered its resignation this morning. The following will probably com prise the new cabinet. Chief Secretary and Treasurer, Sir Thos. Mcllwrath ; Colonial Secretary, Hon. B. D. Morehead ; Lands, M. H. Black ; Postmaster General and Education, J. Donaldson ; Works, J. M. Macrossan ; Mines and Justice, Thynne ; Agent-General, Thos. Archer.